Missouri Department of Revenue to allow additional time to renew motor vehicle registrations and driver licenses
The Plattsburg License Office, 102 East Maple Street have closed their office to walk-in traffic until April 6, 2020, due to the COVID-19 virus. They will resume regular business hours at that time, unless advised otherwise by officials. Their regular hours are: Monday – Friday 8:30 – 5:00 pm; Saturday 9-Noon. The Driver testing (written and driving) has been cancelled until April 6 as well. The office will continue to answer phone calls during regular business hours. If not answered, leave a message and they will return phone calls.
Missouri Department of Revenue allows additional time to renew motor vehicle registrations and driver licenses
Vehicle owners with registrations (license plates) expiring in the months of March and April have been granted an automatic two-month extension and will be able to continue operating their vehicles on Missouri roadways without penalty until they can apply for renewal. For complete details visit the Clinton County Leader website: www.clintoncountyleader.com/blog/march-23rd-2020
Valid Missouri driver licenses (Class A, B, C, E, F and M), non-driver licenses and noncommercial instruction permits with original expiration dates of March 1, 2020, through April 30, 2020, have been granted an automatic 60-day extension; these licenses and permits will be considered to have a valid status for driving and local document acceptance purposes. http://www.clintoncountyleader.com/blog/march-23rd-2020
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Real ID license enforcement extended
Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf Statement:
“Due to circumstances resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic and the national emergency declaration, the Department of Homeland Security, as directed by President Donald J. Trump, is extending the REAL ID enforcement deadline beyond the current October 1, 2020 deadline. I have determined that states require a twelve-month delay and that the new deadline for REAL ID enforcement is October 1, 2021. DHS will publish a notice of the new deadline in the Federal Register in the coming days.